LeapFrog Explorer™ Learning Game: Mr. Pencil Saves Doodleburg

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LeapFrog Explorer™ Learning Game: Mr. Pencil Saves Doodleburg

$24.99
$19 Gilt
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To help improve your child's mathematical skills, get the Leapfrog Explorer Learning Game. It teaches your child how to write numbers, letters, shapes, and create art while helping Mr. Pencil and his friends rescue the town. This explorer game is well suited for children between the age group of 4-7 yrs and enables them create their own drawing and art using fun colors, tools, stamps, effects, and filters. Your child can even become an animator by creating his/her own flip book. Since the game adjusts its curriculum dynamically according to the skill level of the player, it is neither too hard nor too easy to play. The Mr. Pencil Saves Doodleburg Leapster Game is compatible with the LeapPad Explorer and Leapster Explorer systems.

Features:

  • Help save the town by writing letters and drawing lines, shapes and objects
  • Create your own art using cool tools, colors, filters, stamps and effects
  • Become an animator by creating your own flip book
  • Teaches letter writing, number writing, shapes and art and drawing
  • Parents can connect to the LeapFrog Learning Path to see what their child is learning
  • Recommended ages 4 to 7 years

Although we can only offer these items at full price, we love the products and are excited to bring them to our members.

Brand: LeapFrog

Headquartered in Emeryville, California, LeapFrog was founded in 1995 when entrepreneur Michael Wood was unable to find toys that would help teach his son to read. Since then, the company has grown exponentially, developing a number of products focusing on three main areas: educational gaming, grade school learning toys, and reading solutions. The LeapPad was LeapFrog’s flagship product from 1999 to 2007, when it was replaced by the Tag reading system. Another notable product is the Leapster, a handheld gaming device with a touch screen.